When record store owner Rob Gordon gets dumped by his girlfriend, Laura, because he hasn't changed since they met, he revisits his top five breakups of all time in an attempt to figure out what went wrong. As Rob seeks out his former lovers to find out why they left, he keeps up his efforts to win Laura back.
Drama, Romance, Comedy, Music
United Kingdom, United States of America
John Cusack (Rob Gordon), Iben Hjejle (Laura), Todd Louiso (Dick), Jack Black (Barry), Lisa Bonet (Marie DeSalle), Catherine Zeta-Jones (Charlie Nicholson), Joan Cusack (Liz) more..., Tim Robbins (Ian 'Ray' Raymond), Chris Rehmann (Vince), Ben Carr (Justin), Lili Taylor (Sarah Kendrew), Joelle Carter (Penny Hardwick), Natasha Gregson Wagner (Caroline Fortis), Shannon Stillo (Alison Jr. High), Drake Bell (Rob Jr. High), Laura Whyte (Laura's Mom), Sara Gilbert (Anaugh), Rich Talarico (Barry's Customer), Matthew O'Neill (Beta Band Customer), Brian Powell (Middle Aged Customer), Margaret Travolta (Rob's Mom), Bruce Springsteen (Himself), Jill Peterson (Laura's Sister Jo), Dick Cusack (Minister), Susan Yoo (Girl - 19 year old), Chris Bauer (Paul), K. K. Dodds (Miranda), Marilyn Dodds Frank (Alison's Mom), Duke Doyle (Kevin Bannister), Aaron Himelstein (Boy In Park), Jonathan Herrington (Chris Thompson), Daniel Lee Smith (Rock Guy), Leah Gale (Mourner), David Darlow (Mourner), Erik Gundersen (Marco), Alex Désert (Louis), Alan S. Johnson (Man In Store), Ian Belknap (Party Guest), Andrew Micheli (Party Guest), Polly Noonan (Party Guest) and others.
Howard Shore (Original Music Composer), Mick Audsley (Editor), Victoria Thomas (Casting), Tim Bevan (Producer), John Cusack (Screenplay), Nick Hornby (Author), D.V. DeVincentis (Screenplay) more..., Steve Pink (Screenplay), Scott Rosenberg (Screenplay), Rudd Simmons (Producer), Seamus McGarvey (Director of Photography), David Chapman (Production Design), Thérèse DePrez (Production Design),
Buena Vista Pictures, Touchstone Pictures
Rob is thinking about his life.
The location of Championship Vinyl, the record shop Rob Gordon owns.